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Silviu Dumitrache

La Dolce Vita is delighted to showcase the talent of the magnetic pianist, Silviu Valentin Dumitrache! Hailing from Romania, Silviu’s musical journey began in 1992, nurtured in a family of music enthusiasts. The story unfolds with a three-year-old Silviu captivated by the enchanting arias of Puccini and Verdi, resonating through his home, sung by none other than the legendary Pavarotti.

At the tender age of four, Silviu received a small piano, igniting his passion as he played from memory the tunes of commercials heard on television. From ages 6 to 12, under the rigorous guidance of Alma Peter, Silviu embraced unwavering discipline, practicing up to an astounding 8 hours a day. His dedication paid off at 18 when, in just four months, he aced the entrance examination at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel (KCB), studying under Prof. Daniel Blumenthal and graduating with distinction “Cum Laude.”

Silviu’s journey reached new heights in 2013, as an encounter with pianist and professor Gabriel Teclu led him to the class of the renowned Johann Schmidt at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles. There, he completed his master’s degree with a resounding “Grand Distinction.” His accolades continued with a victory at the 2014 Liege Piano Competition and a finalist position in the 2015 Bluthner Competition, where he caught the attention of the distinguished Jacques Rouvier.

In a riveting performance in June 2016, Silviu Dumitrache mesmerised audiences by playing the Grieg piano concerto with the Liege Philharmonic during the final round of the Classic Academy competition.

The accolades continued in 2017, as Silviu became a laureate of the “Concertos Competition” at the Brussels Royal Conservatory, earning a prize that included a solo piano recital in Rome at the Belgian Cultural Center (Academia Belgica).

Undertaking a specialised master’s program at the Brussels Royal Conservatory from 2017 to 2018, Silviu graduated with the highest honours, creating an opus titled “The Rhapsody, a confluence between folk and savant music.”

In 2018, Silviu received the prestigious Gerofi Baschwith Prize from the “Patrimony Commission” for outstanding results. During the academic year 2018–2019, he was appointed as a university assistant at the Brussels Royal Conservatory under the guidance of Prof. Johan Schmidt.

Silviu’s musical prowess extends beyond borders, having attended lessons and masterclasses with luminaries such as Jacques Rouvier, Pavel Gililov, Olivier Gardon, Jun Kano, Josep Colom, Pina Napolitano, Constantin Sandu, Alicja Paleta Bugaj, and Boris Giltburg.




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